HarperCollins, February 2008
Mary Kay Andrews returns with another sexy southern tale of cooking and temptation.
Gina Foxton is the host of a local Georgia public television cooking show. Spunky, ambitious and enthusiastic, she gets a shot at the big time when a major cable food network comes calling. But Gina has a rival: Tate Moody, a rugged hottie known as Mr. “Kill It and Grill It.” The star of a hunting, fishing and cooking show called Vittles, this charmer has a devoted female fan base ready to devour whatever he’s serving and an irresistibly cute canine sidekick. Gina and Tate are forced to compete for the dream job, in a nationally televised cook-off billed as “Food Fight, where things begin to heat up for this fiery duo – in the kitchen and out. Sparks fly as an unexpected component – love – is thrown into the mix, making this challenge the ultimate high-stakes battle.
Tart, sweet and totally satisfying, DEEP DISH is a hearty pleasure Mary Kay Andrews’s readers will relish.
“DEEP DISH is one delicious read. Mary Kay Andrews has cooked up a tale y’all will savor to the last bite..”
– Paula Deen